Chemical Weed Control in Wheat, Barley, Oats, Rye, and Triticale

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Chemical Weed Control in Wheat, Barley, Oats, Rye, and Triticale"

Transcription

1 Chemical Weed Control in Wheat, Barley, Oats, Rye, and Triticale W. J. VRMA, Crop Science Department OT: A mode of action code has been added to the Herbicide and mulation column of this table. Use MOA codes f herbicide resistance management. See Table 710, Herbicide Resistance Management, f details. TABL 78A. CHMICAL WD COTROL I WHAT, BARLY, OATS, RY, AD TRITICAL Code 1, and mulation mulation per ounds Active recautions and Remarks WHAT replant otill, merged annual broadleaf and grass weeds, volunteer cn, topkill of perennials (ramoxone Inteon) 2 SL (ramoxone Max) 3 SL 2 to 4 pt 0.5 to 1 Rate depends upon weed size; see label. Apply befe crop emerges. Add nonionic surfactant at per 100 gal spray solution crop oil concentrate at 1 gal per 100 gal spray solution. See application directions on label. May be tank mixed with Hoelon. eneric fmulations of paraquat containing 3 lb active per gal are available. Apply these products at 1.3 to 2.7 pt. WHAT replant otill, merged annual broadleaf and grass weeds, control suppression of perennial weeds See label 0.38 to 1.13 WHAT replant otill reemergence, Broadleaf weeds saflufenacil, MOA 14 (Sharpen) 3.42 flumioxazin, MOA 14 (Val SX) 51 WD (ramoxone Inteon) 2.5 SL OR lyphosate is available as an isopropylamine salt and a potassium salt. lyphosate fmulations and and per acre, respectively. Rate in the preceding column is expressed as a.e. See TABL 710 f glyphosate Rate depends upon weed species and size; see label. Apply befe crop emergence. Adjuvant recommendations vary by glyphosate brand; see label of brand used f details. Select Select Max may be mixed with glyphosate to control volunteer Roundup Ready cn. cn up to 12 in. tall, apply 4 to 6 fl oz of Select 6 fl oz of Select Max. cn up to 24 in. increase Select rate to 6 to 8 fl oz Select Max rate to 9 fl oz. Select Select Max must be applied at least 30 days ahead of wheat planting. Val SX at 1 to 2 oz per acre will suppress ryegrass and bluegrass and controls several broadleaf weeds. Do not till after application and apply at least 30 days pri to planting. 1.0 to 2.0 fl oz to See label f broadleaf weeds controlled. Sharpen does not control grasses. Apply with amonium sulfate (1 to 2 gal/100 gal) and methylated seed oil (1 gal/100 gal). Do not apply if wheat has germinated. See label f tank mixtures. 2.0 oz 2 to 4 pt See label 0, to to 1.13 WHAT replant otill reemergence, merged annual broadleaf weeds pyraflufenethyl, MOA 14 (T) 1 SL 0.5 to 2.0 fl oz to (lb a.i.) WHAT reemergence, Italian ryegrass and annual broadleaf weeds chlsulfuron, MOA 2 metsulfuron methyl, MOA 2 (inesse) 75 WD WHAT Spike Stage, Italian ryegrass flufenacet, MOA 15 metribuzin, MOA 5 (Axiom) 68 WD WHAT ostemergence, Italian ryegrass diclofopmethyl, MOA 1 (Hoelon) 3 C mesosulfuron, MOA 2 (Osprey) 4.5 WD pinoxaden, MOA 1 (Axial XL) 0.42 C 0.5 oz to 10 oz to to Use only on notill minimum till fields where stubble from the previous crop has not been incpated. Val SX must be applied at least 30 days ahead of planting wheat. Residual control of broadleaf weeds and Italian ryegrass. Apply with nonionic surfactant at 1 qt/100 gal. Can be applied with nitrogen carriers. Do no perfm tillage after application. Carefully follow label directions f sprayer cleaning after each day s use. T can be used f limited suppression of small emerged summer annual and winter weeds. See label f adjuvant and spray volume recommendations. Research with T is limited in th Carolina. Ryegrass control is variable; expect only suppression. May stunt wheat on sandy soils. Suggested primarily f fields with Hoelonresistant ryegrass. Also controls most annual broadleaf weeds. Do not use where a later application of Osprey owerlex is anticipated. lant only STS soybeans following wheat harvest. May cause severe injury in nonsts soybeans. Apply to wheat in the spike stage. reemergence application can cause severe injury on coarsetextured soils. Application rate depends on soil type; see label. In general, th Carolina research has shown best results with 6 to 7 oz on coarse soils and 8 to 9 oz on medium and heavy soils. If rainfall is received timely, Axiom controls ryegrass well. It also controls chickweed, henbit, and wild radish to 2.67 pt 0.5 to 1 Apply when ryegrass is in the one to fiveleaf stage. See label f specific rates depending upon weed size. Application to smaller ryegrass is me effective. Make only one application per season. Do not tank mix with broadleaf herbicides use liquid nitrogen as the carrier. Apply befe the first wheat node (joint) develops. May add per acre of crop oil concentrate under dry conditions when ryegrass is large. In most cases, crop oil is not necessary. See precautions on label concerning temperatures. Biotypes of ryegrass resistant to Hoelon are common within the state. Hoelon should not be applied to fields where resistance is suspected oz Apply when ryegrass is in oneleaf to twotiller stage. Add adjuvant as directed on label. In th Carolina, nonionic surfactant at 1 to 2 qt per 100 gal spray solution plus 1 to 2 qt of 30% liquid nitrogen per acre is preferred. See label f broadleaf weeds controlled. additional control, Osprey may be mixed with Harmony xtra. Do not tank mix with 2,4D dicamba. Do not apply using liquid nitrogen as the carrier. Do not topdress wheat within 14 days of Osprey application. In fields with Hoelonsusceptible ryegrass, it is recommended that Osprey owerlex and Hoelon Axial be used on an alternating basis (i.e., rotated) as part of a resistance management strategy. See comments f Axial. Ryegrass with multiple resistance to Axial, owerlex, Hoelon, Osprey, and owerlex occurs in th Carolina fl oz Apply to wheat with two me leaves when ryegrass has one to five leaves on the main stem. Me effective when applied to smaller ryegrass. May be tank mixed with Harmony xtra. When mixing, add Harmony xtra first, then Axial. o adjuvants are necessary. May be applied in waternitrogen mixtures containing up to 50% liquid nitrogen by volume. Add water to tank, then add Axial. Mix thoughly, and then add the nitrogen. Axial and Hoelon have the same mode of action. Ryegrass resistant to Hoelon may be crossresistant to Axial, although in some cases Axial will control Hoelonresistant ryegrass. If Hoelon resistance is expected, trial use of Axial on limited acreage is suggested to determine if the biotype is susceptible to Axial. 273

2 TABL 78A. CHMICAL WD COTROL I WHAT, BARLY, OATS, RY, AD TRITICAL Code 1, and mulation mulation per WHAT ostemergence, Italian ryegrass (continued) ounds Active recautions and Remarks pyroxsulam, MOA 2 (owerlex) 7.5 WD 3.5 oz Can be applied to wheat from the 3leaf stage until jointing. Apply after the majity of the ryegrass has emerged but befe it exceeds the 2tiller stage. Add nonionic surfactant at 1 to 2 qt/100 gal spray solution. See label f broadleaf weeds controlled. addiitional control, owerlex may be mixed with Harmony xtra. Do not mix with dicamba with amine fmulations of 2,4D MCA. Can be applied in waternitrogen mixtures containing up to 50% liquid nitrogen by volume, a maximum of 30 lb/acre. If applying in liquid nitrogen, reduce surfactant rate to /100 gal. Rainfast in 4 hours. Do not apply to wet foliage. Current labeling specifies a 5month rotation f soybeans. Limited research in th Carolina has shown no problems with soybeans doublecropped behind owerlextreated wheat. Cn, cotton, peanuts can be planted 9 months after application. See comments under mesosulfuron (Osprey) and pinoxaden (Axial) concerning resistance management. WHAT ostemergence, Cheat pyroxsulam, MOA 2 (owerlex) 7.5 WD 3.5 oz See comments f owerlex under Italian Ryegrass. WHAT ostemergence, Annual bluegrass mesosulfuron, MOA 2 (Osprey) 4.5 WD 4.75 oz See comments f Osprey under Italian Ryegrass. Apply to bluegrass from the 1leaf to 2tiller stage. Application when plants are about the size of a quarter coin has wked well. WHAT ostemergence, Wild garlic, curly dock, and most winter annual broadleaf weeds except cnflower and vetch thifensulfuronmethyl, MOA 2 tribenuronmethyl, MOA 2 (Harmony xtra S with TotalSol) 50 WD 0.45 to 0.9 oz to Apply after the twoleaf stage of wheat but befe flag leaf is visible. Use 0.45 to 0.6 oz f most winter annual weeds. Use 0.75 to 0.9 oz f wild garlic and wild radish. Wild garlic should be less than 12 in. tall and should have 2 to 4 in. of new growth. Control is enhanced when application is made during warm temperatures (50 o me) to actively growing garlic plants. Add 1 qt of nonionic surfactant per 100 gal of spray solution. Liquid nitrogen may be used as the carrier. May tank mix Harmony xtra with to lb active ingredient of 2,4D f improved control of wild radish. ollow mixing instructions on the label when using nitrogen as the carrier when mixing with 2,4D. Reduce surfactant rate accding to label instructions when using nitrogen as the carrier when mixing with 2,4D. Do not tank mix with Hoelon. May be tank mixed with Axial Osprey. WHAT ostemergence, Most winter annual broadleaf weeds except chickweed, henbit, and knawel 2,4D amine, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 2,4D acid/ester, MOA WHAT ostemergence, Most winter annual broadleaf weeds Apply after wheat is fully tillered (usually 4 to 8 in. tall; stages 4 and 5 on eekes scale) but befe jointing. Spraying wheat too young after jointing can cause defmed heads, reduced yields, and uneven ripening. Better results are obtained when daytime temperatures are above 50 degrees. Increase the rate of 2,4D by 50% to control cn cockle. Liquid nitrogen may be used as the carrier f 2,4D. ster fmulations can be added directly to the nitrogen. If using amine fmulation, premix in water (1 part 2,4D to 4 parts water) and add mixture to nitrogen with strong agitation. Amine fmulations give less burn than ester fmulations in nitrogen Apply after wheat is fully tillered but befe jointing. Better results will be obtained if applied when daytime temperatures are above 50 o. Liquid nitrogen may be used as the carrier. 2,4D amine, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA to 0.75 pt 0.5 to 0.75 pt to to 0.36 Apply after wheat is fully tillered (usually 4 to 8 in. tall; stages 4 and 5 on eekes scale) but befe jointing. Compared to dicamba alone, tank mixture is me effective on buttercup, cnflower, field pennycress, Virginia pepperweed, shepherdspurse, wild mustard, and wild radish. Use this tank mix only if both herbicides are necessary f weed control. Tank mix may injure wheat. pyraflufenmethyl, MOA 14 (T) 1 SL 0.5 to 2.0 fl oz to (lb a.i.) WHAT reharvest, Annual broadleaf and grass weeds, suppression of perennial weeds T can be used to suppress small annual winter weeds. Although application is registered to flag leaf appearance, coverage of small weeds is necessary but difficult when wheat is tall. See label f adjuvant and spray volume and carrier recommendations. Research with T is limited in th Carolina. See label 0.75 Apply after hard dough stage of grain (30% less grain moisture) and at least 7 days befe harvest. Do not apply to wheat grown f seed. lyphosate is available as an isopropylamine salt and a potassium salt. lyphosate fmulations and and per acre, respectively. Rate in the preceding column is expressed as a.e. See TABL 710 f glyphosate WHAT reharvest, Annual broadleaf weeds 2,4D amine, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 2,4D acid/ester, MOA 4 to 0.95 to 0.95 to to 0.7 BARLY replant otill, merged annual broadleaf and grass weeds, volunteer cn, topkill of perennials Apply when grain is in hard dough stage later. Do not allow drift to sensitive crops (be especially careful with ester. Amine fmulations strongly encouraged if sensitive crops are nearby, especially cotton and tobacco. (ramoxone Inteon) 2 SL 2 to 4 pt 0.5 to 1 Rate depends upon weed size; see label. Apply befe crop emerges. Add nonionic surfactant at per 100 gal spray solution crop oil concentrate at 1 gal per 100 gal spray solution. See application directions on label. eneric fmulations of paraquat containing 3 lb active per gal are available. Apply these products at 1.3 to 2.7 pt. 274

3 TABL 78A. CHMICAL WD COTROL I WHAT, BARLY, OATS, RY, AD TRITICAL Code 1, and mulation mulation per ounds Active recautions and Remarks BARLY replant otill, merged annual broadleaf and grass weeds, control suppression of perennial weeds BARLY ostemergence, Italian ryegrass diclofopmethyl, MOA 1 (Hoelon) 3 C pinoxaden, MOA 1 (Axial XL) 0.42 C 275 Chapter VII Chemical Weed Control lyphosate is available as an isopropylamine salt and a potassium salt. lyphosate fmulations and and per acre, respectively. Rate in the preceding column is expressed as a.e. See TABL 710 f glyphosate Rate depends upon weed species and size; see labels. Apply befe crop emergence. Adjuvant recommendations vary by glyphosate brand; see label of brand used f details. Select Select Max may be mixed with glyphosate to control volunteer Roundup Ready cn. cn up to 12 in. tall, apply 4 to 6 fl oz of Select 6 fl oz of Select Max. cn up to 24 in. increase Select rate to 6 to 8 fl oz Select Max rate to 9 fl oz. Select Select Max must be applied at least 30 days ahead of barley planting to 2.67 pt 0.5 to 1 Apply when ryegrass is in the one to fourleaf stage and after tiller initiation but pri to jointing of barley. Make only one application per year. Do not tank mix with broadleaf herbicides use liquid nitrogen as the carrier. Do not add crop oil. Apply only to the following varieties of barley: Anson, Boone, Henry, Milton, Molly Bloom, Mulligan, omini, ennco, Starling, Sussex, and Wys. Cold (lower than 40 degrees ) and/ prolonged wet conditions increase barley sensitivity to Hoelon. Biotypes of ryegrass resistant to Hoelon are becoming me common within the state. Hoelon should not be applied to fields where resistance is suspected fl oz Apply to barley with two me leaves when ryegrass has one to five leaves on the main stem. Me effective when applied to smaller ryegrass. May be tank mixed with Harmony xtra. When mixing, add Harmony xtra first, then Axial. May be applied in water/nitrogen mixtures containing up to 50% liquid nitrogen by volume. Add water to tank, then add Axial. Mix thoughly, and add the nitrogen. Axial and Hoelon have the same mode of action. Ryegrass resistant to Hoelon may be crossresistant to Axial, although in some cases Axial will control Hoelonresistant ryegrass. If Hoelon resistance is expected, trial use of Axial on limited acreage is suggested to determine if the ryegrass biotype is susceptible to Axial. BARLY ostemergence, Wild garlic, curly dock, and most winter annual broadleaf weeds except cnflower and vetch thifensulfuronmethyl, MOA 2 tribenuronmethyl, MOA 2 (Harmony xtra S with TotalSol) 50 WD 0.45 to 0.9 oz to BARLY ostemergence, Most winter annual broadleaf weeds except chickweed, henbit, and knawel 2,4D amine, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 2,4D acid/ester, MOA BARLY ostemergence, Most winter annual broadleaf weeds 2,4D amine, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 Apply after the twoleaf stage of barley but befe flag leaf is visible. Use 0.45 to 0.6 oz f most winter annual weeds. Use 0.75 to 0.9 oz f wild garlic and wild radish. Wild garlic should be less than 12 in. tall and should have 2 to 4 in. of new growth. Control is enhanced when application is made during warm temperatures (50 degrees me) to actively growing garlic plants. Add 1 qt of nonionic surfactant per 100 gal of spray solution. Liquid nitrogen may be used as the carrier. May tank mix Harmony xtra with to lb a.i. of 2,4D f improved control of wild radish. ollow mixing instructions on the label when using nitrogen as the carrier when mixing with 2,4D. Reduce surfactant rate accding to label instructions when using nitrogen as the carrier when mixing with 2,4D. Do not tank mix with Hoelon. Apply after barley is fully tillered but befe jointing. Spraying barley too young after jointing can cause defmed heads, reduced yields, and uneven ripening. Better results are obtained when daytime temperatures are above 50 degrees. Increase the rate of 2,4D by 50% to control cn cockle. Liquid nitrogen may be used as the carrier f 2,4D. ster fmulations can be added directly to the nitrogen. If using amine fmulation, premix in water (1 part 2,4D to 4 parts water) and add mixture to nitrogen with strong agitation. Amine fmulations give less burn than ester fmulations in nitrogen Apply befe jointing stage of growth. Risk of crop injury is least if applied after winter dmancy and befe grain begins to joint. Better results will be obtained if applied when daytime temperatures are above 50 o. Liquid nitrogen may be used as the carrier. 0.5 pt 0.5 pt BARLY reharvest, Annual broadleaf weeds 2,4D amine, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 2,4D acid/ester, MOA to 0.95 to 0.95 to to 0.7 BARLY reharvest, Annual broadleaf and grass weeds, suppression of perennial weeds Apply after barley is fully tillered but befe jointing. Compared to dicamba alone, tank mixture is me effective on buttercup, cnflower, field pennycress, Virginia pepperweed, shepherdspurse, and wild mustard. Use this tank mix only if both herbicides are necessary f weed control. Tank mix may injure barley. Apply when grain is in hard dough stage later. Do not allow drift to sensitive crops (be especially careful with ester. Amine fmulations strongly encouraged if sensitive crops are nearby, especially cotton tobacco. See label 0.75 Apply after hard dough stage of grain (and 20% less moisture) and at least 7 days befe harvest. Do not apply to barley grown f seed. lyphosate is available as an isopropylamine salt and a potassium salt. Compare glyphosate fmulations and application rates on the basis of glyphosate acid equivalent (a.e.) per gallon and per acre, respectively. Rate in the preceeding column is expressed as a.e. See TABL 710 f glyphosate OATS replant otill, merged annual broadleaf and grass weeds, volunteer cn, control suppression of perennial weeds See label 0.56 to 1.13 (lb a.e.) lyphosate is available as an isopropylamine salt and a potassium salt. lyphosate fmulations and and per acre, respectively. Rate in the preceding column is expressed as a.e. See TABL 710 f glyphosate Rate depends upon weed species and size; see labels. Apply befe crop emergence. Adjuvant recommendations vary by glyphosate brand; see label of brand used f details. Select Select Max may be mixed with glyphosate to control volunteer Roundup Ready cn. cn up to 12 in. tall, apply 4 to 6 fl oz of Select 6 fl oz of Select Max. cn up to 24 in., increase Select rate to 6 to 8 fl oz Select Max rate to 9 fl oz. Select Select Max must be applied at least 30 days ahead of planting oats.

4 TABL 78A. CHMICAL WD COTROL I WHAT, BARLY, OATS, RY, AD TRITICAL Code 1, and mulation mulation per ounds Active recautions and Remarks OATS ostemergence, Wild garlic, curly dock, and most winter annual broadleaf weeds except cnflower and vetch thifensulfuronmethyl, MOA 2 tribenuronmethyl, MOA 2 (Harmony xtra S with TotalSol) 50 WD 0.45 to 0.6 oz to to OATS ostemergence, Most winter annual broadleaf weeds except chickweed, henbit, and knawel 2,4D amine, MOA 4 OATS ostemergence, Most winter annual broadleaf weeds Apply after the twoleaf stage of oats but befe flag leaf is visible. Wild garlic should be less than 12 in. tall and should have 2 to 4 in. of new growth. Control is enhanced when application is made during warm temperatures (50 degrees me) to actively growing garlic plants. Add 1 qt of nonionic surfactant per 100 gal of spray solution. Liquid nitrogen may be used as the carrier. May tank mix Harmony xtra with to lb a.i. of 2,4D f improved control of wild radish. ollow mixing instructions on the label when using nitrogen as the carrier when mixing with 2,4D. Reduce surfactant rate accding to label instructions when using nitrogen as the carrier when mixing with 2,4D. Oats are me sensitive to 2,4D than wheat. Apply after oats are fully tillered but befe jointing. Spraying oats too young after jointing can cause defmed heads, reduced yields, and uneven ripening. Also, oats are less tolerant of 2,4D than wheat. Better results are obtained when daytime temperatures are above 50 degrees. Liquid nitrogen may be used as the carrier f 2,4D. remix in water (1 part 2,4D to 4 parts water) and add mixture to nitrogen with strong agitation. OATS reharvest, Annual broadleaf weeds 2,4D amine, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA Apply befe jointing stage of growth. Risk of crop injury is least if applied after winter dmancy and befe grain begins to joint. Better results will be obtained if applied when daytime temperatures are above 50 o. Liquid nitrogen may be used as the carrier. to 0.95 Apply when grain is in hard dough stage later. Do not allow drift to sensitive crops, especially cotton and tobacco. Amine fmulations strongly encouraged if sensitive crops are nearby, especially cotton tobacco. RY replant otill, merged annual broadleaf and grass weeds, control suppression of perennial weeds RY ostemergence, Most winter annual broadleaf weeds except chickweed, henbit, and knawel 2,4D amine, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 RY reharvest, Annual broadleaf weeds 2,4D ester, MOA 4 2,4D ester, MOA 4 lyphosate is available as an isopropylamine salt and a potassium salt. lyphosate fmulations and and per acre, respectively. Rate in the preceding column is expressed as a.e. See TABL 710 f glyphosate Rate depends upon weed species and size; see labels. Apply befe crop emergence. Adjuvant recommendations vary by glyphosate brand; see label of brand used f details. Select Select Max may be mixed with glyphosate to control volunteer Roundup Ready cn. cn up to 12 in. tall, apply 4 to 6 fl oz of Select 6 fl oz of Select Max. cn up to 24 in., increase Select rate to 6 to 8 fl oz Select Max rate to 9 fl oz. Select Select Max must be applied at least 30 days ahead of planting rye. Apply after rye is fully tillered but befe jointing. Spraying rye too young after jointing can cause defmed heads, reduced yields, and uneven ripening. Better results are obtained when daytime temperatures are above 50 o. Increase the rate of 2,4D by 50% to control cn cockle. Liquid nitrogen may be used as the carrier f 2,4D. ster fmulations can be added directly to the nitrogen. If using amine fmulation, premix in water (1 part 2,4D to 4 parts water) and add mixture to nitrogen with strong agitation. Amine fmulations give less burn than ester fmulations in nitrogen. to 0.95 Apply when grain is in hard dough stage later. Do not allow drift to sensitive crops, especially cotton and tobacco. Amine fmulations are strongly encouraged if sensitive crops are nearby, especially cotton tobacco. TRITICAL replant otill, merged annual broadleaf and grass weeds, control suppression of perennial weeds TRITICAL reemergence, Italian ryegrass and annual broadleaf weeds chlsulfuron, MOA 2 metsulfuron methyl, MOA 2 (inesse) 75 WD 0.5 oz TRITICAL ostemergence, Wild garlic and annual broadleaf weeds thifensulfuronmethyl, MOA 2 tribenuronmethyl, MOA 2 (Harmony xtra S with TotalSol) 50 WD 0.45 to 0.9 oz to TRITICAL ostemergence, Annual broadleaf weeds 2,4D, MOA 4 (Amine 4 2,4D) 3.8 SL (Weedar 64) 3.8 L lyphosate is available as an isopropylamine salt and a potassium salt. lyphosate fmulations and and per acre, respectively. Rate in the preceding column is expressed as a.e. See TABL 710 f glyphosate Rate depends upon weed species and size; see labels. Apply befe crop emergence. Adjuvant recommendations vary by glyphosate brand; see label of brand used f details. Select Select Max may be mixed with glyphosate to control volunteer Roundup Ready cn. cn up to 12 in. tall, apply 4 to 6 fl oz of Select 6 fl oz of Select Max. cn up to 24 in., increase Select rate to 6 to 8 fl oz Select Max rate to 9 fl oz. Select Select Max must be applied at least 30 days ahead of planting triticale. See comments under WHAT, reemergence. Apply after twoleaf stage of triticale but befe flag leaf is visible. See comments f Harmony xtra under WHATostemergence. See comments f 2,4D under WHAT ostemergence oz See comments f dicamba under WHAT ostemergence. 1 Mode of Action (MOA) code developed by the Weed Science Society of America. See Table 710, Herbicide Resistance Management, f details. 276

5 Weed Response to Herbicides in Small rains W. J. VRMA, Crop Science Department Chapter VII Chemical Weed Control Ratings based upon average to good soil and weather conditions f herbicide perfmance and upon proper application rate, technique, and timing. TABL 78B. WD RSOS TO HRBICIDS I SMALL RAIS Species Annual bluegrass Annual ryegrass Buttercup Chickweed, common Cnflower Curly dock Cutleaf eveningprimrose ield pennycress Henbit Knawel Shepherd spurse Swinecress Vetch Virginia pepperweed Wild garlic Wild mustard Wild radish Herbicides Axial Axiom Banvel/Clarity inesse 2 2,4D Harmony xtra Hoelon Osprey owerlex 7 1 A biotype of ryegrass resistant to Hoelon is common in th Carolina, especially in the piedmont. If resistance is suspected, do not apply Hoelon. 2 Applied preemergence. 3 Rating assumes mustard radish is 1 to 2 in. Osprey is less effective on larger plants. 4 Assumes adequate rainfall f activation pri to weed emergence. 5 A biotype of ryegrass resistant to Osprey and owerlex has been found in the southern piedmont. 6 May not control Hoelonresistant ryegrass. See comments under Wheatostemergence. 7 Inadequate research has been conducted in th Carolina to determine response of most broadleaf weeds to owerlex. The label claims control of a number of broadleaf species, including Carolina geranium, chickweed, hairy bittercress, field pennycress, sheperdspurse, buttercup, Virginia pepperweed, and vetch. Key: = excellent control, 90% better = good control, 80% to 90% = fair control, 50% to 80% = po control, 25% to 50% = no control, less than 25%

Weed Control in Garlic, New York 2012 Summarized by Christy Hoepting, Cornell Cooperative Extension Vegetable Program

Weed Control in Garlic, New York 2012 Summarized by Christy Hoepting, Cornell Cooperative Extension Vegetable Program Weed Control in Garlic, New York 2012 Summarized by Christy Hoepting, Cornell Cooperative Extension Vegetable Program Organic Weed Control Options Straw mulch for frost protection and weed control Pros:

More information

ANNUAL RYEGRASS AS A COVER CROP in Midwest Corn and Soybean Production

ANNUAL RYEGRASS AS A COVER CROP in Midwest Corn and Soybean Production ANNUAL RYEGRASS AS A COVER CROP in Midwest Corn and Soybean Production MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS Mike Plumer, Agronomist and Cover Crop Specialist, Illinois Mark Mellbye, Agronomist, Oregon Seed Industry

More information

for Sweet Corn Joe Masabni UKREC Princeton, KY Joe Masabni

for Sweet Corn Joe Masabni UKREC Princeton, KY Joe Masabni Herbicide Recommendations for Sweet Corn UKREC Princeton, KY Preemergence Herbicides Aatrex 4L Rate: 1 2 qt / A PRE for annual grasses and broadleaves weed control Apply after planting but before weeds

More information

GRAIN SORGHUM. Preemergence

GRAIN SORGHUM. Preemergence Grain Sorghum 67 GRAIN SGHUM See page 23 for PRECAUTIONS on use of atrazine containing products near ground and surface water. See comments in the corn section for detailed information on each of the herbicides

More information

Herbicide Options for Daylily Production and Landscape Care

Herbicide Options for Daylily Production and Landscape Care Herbicide Options for Daylily Production and Landscape Care By: Drs. Darren K. Robinson 1, Stephen Garton 2, William Klingeman 3 and Gary McDaniel 4 Department of Plant Sciences, The University of Tennessee

More information

A Little Burndown Madness

A Little Burndown Madness www.btny.purdue.edu/weedscience/ Glenn Nice Bill Johnson Tom Bauman Purdue Extension Weed Science A Little Burndown Madness If you are a no-tiller then you are probably considering your burndown options

More information

SUGGESTIONS WEED CONTROL

SUGGESTIONS WEED CONTROL B-5045 10-98 SUGGESTIONS FOR WEED CONTROL IN SORGHUM Texas Agricultural Extension Service Chester P. Fehlis, Deputy Director The Texas A&M University System College Station, Texas Suggestions for Weed

More information

ennessee is one of the top livestock producing states in the country. Much of the livestock in Tennessee is raised by smaller-scale, parttime

ennessee is one of the top livestock producing states in the country. Much of the livestock in Tennessee is raised by smaller-scale, parttime T ennessee is one of the top livestock producing states in the country. Much of the livestock in Tennessee is raised by smaller-scale, parttime producers. No matter what size operation, good pasture management

More information

WEED MANAGEMENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES

WEED MANAGEMENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES C 6 H A P TE R WEED MANAGEMENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES After completely studying this chapter, you should: Be able to define a weed and its four stages of development. Understand the differences between annual,

More information

for Tomato Joe Masabni UKREC Princeton, KY Joe Masabni

for Tomato Joe Masabni UKREC Princeton, KY Joe Masabni Herbicide Recommendations for Tomato UKREC Princeton, KY Preemergence Herbicides Dacthal 6F Rate: 8 14 pt / A PRE for control of annual grasses and smallseeded broadleaves Over the top application 4 6

More information

Pre-Emergent Weed Control In Landscape Situations. Al Borgen Wilbur-Ellis Company Wilsonville, Oregon

Pre-Emergent Weed Control In Landscape Situations. Al Borgen Wilbur-Ellis Company Wilsonville, Oregon Pre-Emergent Weed Control In Landscape Situations Al Borgen Wilbur-Ellis Company Wilsonville, Oregon Factors Affecting Good Control Water Quality Timing of Application Age of Spray Material Site Considerations

More information

Virginia Cooperative Extension

Virginia Cooperative Extension Virginia Cooperative Extension A partnership of Virginia Tech and Virginia State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Bedford County/City Office County Administration Building 122 East Main

More information

COVER CROPS FOR RASPBERRY PLANTINGS

COVER CROPS FOR RASPBERRY PLANTINGS COVER CROPS FOR RASPBERRY PLANTINGS Dr. Marvin Pritts, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Ithaca, NY 14853 (For more information visit www.fruit.cornell.edu)

More information

Institute of Ag Professionals

Institute of Ag Professionals Institute of Ag Professionals Proceedings of the 2015 Research Updates for Ag Professionals www.extension.umn.edu/agprofessionals Do not reproduce or redistribute without the written consent of author(s).

More information

Ken Miller farms and ranches 2,000 acres

Ken Miller farms and ranches 2,000 acres A project of the National Center for Appropriate Technology 1-800-346-9140 No-Till Case Study, Miller Farm: Restoring Grazing Land with Cover Crops By Susan Tallman NCAT Agronomist Published November 2012

More information

Primer. Weed Control. By Dr. Craig Harper

Primer. Weed Control. By Dr. Craig Harper Weed Control Primer By Dr. Craig Harper The biggest problem people have when growing food plots is weed control. Sometimes, this is because of a seedbank that is full of problematic weeds that are difficult

More information

DuPont Harmony Extra SG

DuPont Harmony Extra SG H - DuPont Harmony Extra SG herbicide (with TotalSol soluble granules) DUPONT HARMONY EXTRA SG HIGHLIGHTS For selective postemergence broadleaf weed control in Wheat (including durum), Barley, Oat, Triticale

More information

Corn Production in Tennessee

Corn Production in Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service The University of Tennessee PB443 Corn Production in Tennessee 1 Corn Production in Tennessee Wayne T. Flinchum, Professor Plant & Soil Sciences Contents Corn Land 4 Corn

More information

FOR DISTRIBUTION AND USE ONLY WITHIN THE STATE OF OHIO. Dual MAGNUM. EPA Reg. 100-816. EPA SLN No. OH-110002

FOR DISTRIBUTION AND USE ONLY WITHIN THE STATE OF OHIO. Dual MAGNUM. EPA Reg. 100-816. EPA SLN No. OH-110002 FOR DISTRIBUTION AND USE ONLY WITHIN THE STATE OF OHIO Dual MAGNUM EPA Reg. 100-816 This label for Dual Magnum expires and must not be distributed or used in accordance with this SLN registration after

More information

PUTTING FORAGES TOGETHER FOR YEAR ROUND GRAZING

PUTTING FORAGES TOGETHER FOR YEAR ROUND GRAZING PUTTING FORAGES TOGETHER FOR YEAR ROUND GRAZING Jimmy C. Henning A good rotational grazing system begins with a forage system that allows the maximum number of grazing days per year with forages that are

More information

PRODUCT INFORMATION. A single pass liquid postemergence herbicide for control of grass weeds in wheat (including Durum)

PRODUCT INFORMATION. A single pass liquid postemergence herbicide for control of grass weeds in wheat (including Durum) PRODUCT INFORMATION Syngenta Crop Protection, Inc. Greensboro, NC 27409 www.syngenta-us.com SUPPLEMENTAL LABEL FOR DISCOVER HERBICIDE EPA Reg. No. 100-907 A single pass liquid postemergence herbicide for

More information

Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass

Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass is the premium annual ryegrass in today s marketplace. It has been screened and selected for winter hardiness, rooting depth, and especially

More information

Key Growth Stages. Kent McKay, NCREC. Minot, ND

Key Growth Stages. Kent McKay, NCREC. Minot, ND Growing Peas and Lentils Key Growth Stages Kent McKay, NCREC Area Extension Agronomist Minot, ND Pea and Lentil Growth Stages Seed Germination considerations Growth and development Desiccating Considerations

More information

POA ANNUA CONTROL IN TURF

POA ANNUA CONTROL IN TURF POA ANNUA CONTROL IN TURF D. Kopec and K. Umeda Extension Turf Specialist and Area Extension Agent Plant Sciences Department and Maricopa County Cooperative Extension University of Arizona Presented at

More information

B-5038 3-04. Suggestions for Weed Control in Pastures and Forages

B-5038 3-04. Suggestions for Weed Control in Pastures and Forages B-5038 3-04 Suggestions for Weed Control in Pastures and Forages Suggestions for Weed Control in Pastures and Forages Paul A. Baumann, Ph.D., Professor and Extension Weed Specialist Texas Cooperative Extension

More information

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS. Methylated seed oils, surfactants and emulsifiers. All ingredients are exempt from tolerance as specified in 40 CFR 180.1001(c).

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS. Methylated seed oils, surfactants and emulsifiers. All ingredients are exempt from tolerance as specified in 40 CFR 180.1001(c). Coastal AgroBusiness, Inc. Product Label ACTIVE INGREDIENTS Methylated seed oils, surfactants and emulsifiers 100% TOTAL 100% All ingredients are exempt from tolerance as specified in 40 CFR 180.1001(c).

More information

Management Tips for Flax Production

Management Tips for Flax Production L.L. Hardman, Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics 1 A Brief History - Minnesota Flax Yields and Acreage, 1903-2003 Uses/Markets - Growth and Development - NCIS Adjusters Sketches Drawings of Roots,

More information

Comparison of Weed Management Strategies with Roundup Ready Corn. J. A. Ferrell and W. W. Witt

Comparison of Weed Management Strategies with Roundup Ready Corn. J. A. Ferrell and W. W. Witt Comparison of Weed Management Strategies with Roundup Ready Corn. J. A. Ferrell and W. W. Witt Introduction Corn weed management during the past several years in Kentucky has centered around two herbicide

More information

Simazine 4L Herbicide

Simazine 4L Herbicide SUPPLEMENTAL LABELING (EPA REG. NO. 19713-60) (EPA SLN NO. OR-090014) FOR USE AS HERBICIDE ON THE FOLLOWING CROPS GROWN FOR SEED: BROCCOLI, BRUSSELS SPROUT, CABBAGE, CHINESE MUSTARD, FALL PLANTED RADISH,

More information

Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass as a Cover Crop: Deeper Roots, Better Soil, Bigger Yields

Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass as a Cover Crop: Deeper Roots, Better Soil, Bigger Yields Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass as a Cover Crop: Deeper Roots, Better Soil, Bigger Yields NOTE: This Annual Ryegrass Management Guide was produced by the Oregon Annual Ryegrass Grower's Association. This

More information

Understanding the Risk of Herbicide Drift to

Understanding the Risk of Herbicide Drift to Understanding the Risk of Herbicide Drift to Horticultural l Crops UKREC Princeton, KY Definition of Drift Droplets containing the chemicals which are not deposited on the target area. Droplets < 150 μm

More information

Managing Wheat by Growth Stage

Managing Wheat by Growth Stage Managing Wheat by Growth Stage Kiersten Wise, Bill Johnson....Purdue Botany and Plant Pathology Chuck Mansfield.......... Purdue Agronomy Christian Krupke.......... Purdue Entomology ID-422 Photos by Kiersten

More information

Using Fungicides to Control Strawberry Fruit Rots in Ohio 2012 Michael A. Ellis Department of Plant Pathology The Ohio State University/OARDC

Using Fungicides to Control Strawberry Fruit Rots in Ohio 2012 Michael A. Ellis Department of Plant Pathology The Ohio State University/OARDC Using Fungicides to Control Strawberry Fruit Rots in Ohio 2012 Michael A. Ellis Department of Plant Pathology The Ohio State University/OARDC In Ohio, perennial matted row production has a long tradition

More information

WEED CONTROL IN FLUE-CURED TOBACCO Charles S. Johnson, Extension Plant Pathologist, Tobacco

WEED CONTROL IN FLUE-CURED TOBACCO Charles S. Johnson, Extension Plant Pathologist, Tobacco Weed Control WEED CONTROL IN FLUE-CURED TOBACCO Charles S. Johnson, Extension Plant Pathologist, Tobacco Good weed control uses crop rotation, early root and stalk destruction, cultivation, and appropriate

More information

Annual Winter Pasture Establishment, Management and Utilization Winter pastures provide the highest quality forage that can be

Annual Winter Pasture Establishment, Management and Utilization Winter pastures provide the highest quality forage that can be Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Texas Agricultural Extension Service The Texas A&M University System SCS-1998-36 Annual Winter Pasture Establishment, Management and Utilization Winter pastures provide

More information

School of Forest Resources and conservation

School of Forest Resources and conservation School of Forest Resources and conservation Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources Forestry, Wildlife, Water and Soil Resources, Fisheries and Aquaculture, Natural Resource Recreation

More information

Trimec Lawn Weed Killer is a herbicide that controls more than 230 listed broadleaf weeds in cool- and warm-season lawns.

Trimec Lawn Weed Killer is a herbicide that controls more than 230 listed broadleaf weeds in cool- and warm-season lawns. Trimec Lawn Weed Killer (#2217-539) Trimec Lawn Weed Killer is a herbicide that controls more than 230 listed broadleaf weeds in cool- and warm-season lawns. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may

More information

Competition Control in Native Warm-season Grasses Grown for Livestock Forage in the Mid-South

Competition Control in Native Warm-season Grasses Grown for Livestock Forage in the Mid-South COMPETITION CONTROL SP 731-F Competition Control in Native Warm-season Grasses Grown for Livestock Forage in the Mid-South University of Tennessee, Center for Native Grasslands Management Patrick Keyser,

More information

Managing of Annual Winter Forages in Southwest Texas

Managing of Annual Winter Forages in Southwest Texas r r r rr EDUCATION RESEARCH EXTENSION The Texas A&M University System Soil & Crop Sciences Managing of Annual Winter Forages in Southwest Texas Mr Charles Stichler Assocaite Professor and Extension Agronomist

More information

Effect of Halosulfuron (Permit), CGA362622, Glyphosate (Roundup Ultra) and Pyrithiobac (Staple) on Purple Nutsedge Growing in a Fallow Field

Effect of Halosulfuron (Permit), CGA362622, Glyphosate (Roundup Ultra) and Pyrithiobac (Staple) on Purple Nutsedge Growing in a Fallow Field Effect of Halosulfuron (Permit), CGA362622, Glyphosate (Roundup Ultra) and Pyrithiobac (Staple) on Purple Nutsedge Growing in a Fallow Field 2 Maren E. Veatch and William B. McCloskey 2 Graduate Research

More information

Influence of Various Cover Crop Species on Winter and Summer Annual Weed Emergence

Influence of Various Cover Crop Species on Winter and Summer Annual Weed Emergence Influence of Various Cover Crop Species on Winter and Summer Annual Weed Emergence From a weed scientist s perspective 1. We must be able to effectively kill whatever cover crop species we are planting.

More information

Crabgrass Species Control in Turfgrass

Crabgrass Species Control in Turfgrass W 146 at the UT Institute I n of of Agriculture A g u ltu r e Crabgrass Species Control in Turfgrass Gregory K. Breeden, Extension Specialist James T. Brosnan, Associate Professor, Turfgrass Weed Science

More information

Cheminova A/S, Thyboronvej 76-78, DK-7676 Harboore, Denmark

Cheminova A/S, Thyboronvej 76-78, DK-7676 Harboore, Denmark Product registration number: MAPP 15957 An oil dispersion formulation containing 240 g/litre (23.5% w/w) nicosulfuron. A herbicide for control of a range of grassy and broad-leaved weeds in grain and forage

More information

Managing Pesticide Resistance

Managing Pesticide Resistance Chapter 2 Managing Pesticide Resistance In This Chapter Keywords What is Pesticide Resistance? After learning the information in this chapter, you will be able to: 1. Define pesticide resistance. 2. Define

More information

2008 - Mint Weed Research Report. Rick Boydston, Weed Scientist, USDA-ARS,

2008 - Mint Weed Research Report. Rick Boydston, Weed Scientist, USDA-ARS, 2008 - Mint Weed Research Report Rick Boydston, Weed Scientist, USDA-ARS, Statement of Research. Weeds lower mint oil yield and quality and controlling weeds is a major production cost for growers. The

More information

Crop Production Costs 2016

Crop Production Costs 2016 Guidelines for Estimating Crop Production Costs 2016 in Manitoba ................................................. Guidelines For Estimating Crop Production Costs - 2016 Date: January, 2016 The following

More information

WEED MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS FOR PEACH ORCHARDS

WEED MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS FOR PEACH ORCHARDS WEED MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS FOR PEACH ORCHARDS Wayne E. Mitchem Department of Horticultural Science North Carolina State University Gastonia, NC 28054 Weeds compete with peach trees for water, light,

More information

Establishing Bermudagrass for Forage

Establishing Bermudagrass for Forage DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE R E S E A R C H & E X T E N S I O N University of Arkansas System Agriculture and Natural Resources Establishing Bermudagrass for Forage FSA19 John Jennings Professor Animal Science

More information

Pesticide Sprayer Cleanout

Pesticide Sprayer Cleanout Pesticide Sprayer Cleanout A review of good practices for a clean sprayer Ronda Hirnyck Extension Pesticide Coordinator Pamela J.S. Hutchinson Potato Cropping Systems Weed Scientist Credits Thia Walker,

More information

Strawberry Production Basics: Matted Row

Strawberry Production Basics: Matted Row Strawberry Production Basics: Matted Row David T. Handley, Vegetable and Small Fruits Specialist University of Maine Cooperative Extension Highmoor Farm, P.O. Box 179, Monmouth, Maine 04259 (207) 933-2100

More information

RYEGRASS FOR FORAGE. Highly Preferred by Livestock and Farm Producers. n Easy and economical to establish. n Highly nutritious and palatable

RYEGRASS FOR FORAGE. Highly Preferred by Livestock and Farm Producers. n Easy and economical to establish. n Highly nutritious and palatable RYEGRASS FOR FORAGE Highly Preferred by Livestock and Farm Producers n Easy and economical to establish n Highly nutritious and palatable n Can be grown with other forage crops n Recovers rapidly from

More information

A Systems Approach To Cover Crops In A Rotation

A Systems Approach To Cover Crops In A Rotation A Systems Approach To Cover Crops In A Rotation Norfolk SCIA - Tier One Grant Project Final Report Cover Crops and their benefits, both economic and environmental, are not a new concept to members and

More information

PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR USE IN OKLAHOMA COTTON. Dr. Randy Boman OSU Southwest Research and Extension Center, Altus

PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR USE IN OKLAHOMA COTTON. Dr. Randy Boman OSU Southwest Research and Extension Center, Altus PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR USE IN OKLAHOMA COTTON Mepiquat-based (such as Pix Plus, Mepex, Mepichlor, Mepiquat Chloride, Mepex GinOut, Stance, and others) plant growth regulators (PGRs) have been available

More information

THE SCIENCE THE FUTURE OF CANADIAN CANOLA: APPLY THE SCIENCE OF AGRONOMICS TO MAXIMIZE GENETIC POTENTIAL.

THE SCIENCE THE FUTURE OF CANADIAN CANOLA: APPLY THE SCIENCE OF AGRONOMICS TO MAXIMIZE GENETIC POTENTIAL. THE SCIENCE THE FUTURE OF CANADIAN CANOLA: APPLY THE SCIENCE OF AGRONOMICS TO MAXIMIZE GENETIC POTENTIAL. WHERE WE HAVE BEEN CANOLA PRODUCTION HAS SURPASSED THE INDUSTRY TARGET OF 15 MMT. This was achieved

More information

EPA Reg. No. 59639-166 (Except California and New York)

EPA Reg. No. 59639-166 (Except California and New York) Supplemental Label EPA Reg. No. 59639-166 (Except California and New York) LEAGUE HERBICIDE USE ON MELONS AND POTATO This supplemental label expires on August 31, 2016 and must not be used or distributed

More information

Managing Annual Ryegrass as a Cover Crop

Managing Annual Ryegrass as a Cover Crop Managing Annual Ryegrass as a Cover Crop Michael Plumer Natural Resources Management Reasons to Use Cover Crops Improved soil tilth Increase Organic Matter Increase soil biological activity Improve soil

More information

Irrigated Winter Wheat

Irrigated Winter Wheat Southern Idaho Fertilizer Guide Irrigated Winter Wheat Brad Brown, Soil Scientist Parma Research and Extension Center The following fertilizer guidelines are based on University of Idaho research that

More information

Introduction and Survey of Pacific Northwest Seed Crops. Thomas G Chastain CROP 460/560 Seed Production

Introduction and Survey of Pacific Northwest Seed Crops. Thomas G Chastain CROP 460/560 Seed Production Introduction and Survey of Pacific Northwest Seed Crops Thomas G Chastain CROP 460/560 Seed Production Seed Production: A Specialized Form of Crop Production Seed Production is the activity, science, and

More information

Controlling Weeds in Home Lawns

Controlling Weeds in Home Lawns Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service HLA-6421 Controlling Weeds in Home Lawns Dennis Martin Extension Turf Specialist Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Fact Sheets are also available on our website at:

More information

2015 Weed Control Manual for Tennessee Field Crops Forage Crops Pastures Farm Ponds Harvest Aids

2015 Weed Control Manual for Tennessee Field Crops Forage Crops Pastures Farm Ponds Harvest Aids 2015 Weed Control Manual for Tennessee Field Crops Forage Crops Pastures Farm Ponds Harvest Aids Burndown Herbicides 5 Tobacco 48 Farm Ponds 73 PB 1580 PB 1580 Glyphosate Burndown Resistance Herbicides

More information

Ecologically based weed management! Chuck Mohler! Cornell University!

Ecologically based weed management! Chuck Mohler! Cornell University! Ecologically based weed management! Chuck Mohler! Cornell University! Outline! Understanding weeds! Behavior of wandering perennials! Tillage and emergence cues! Life and death of weed seeds in the soil!

More information

SECTION SEEDING

SECTION SEEDING SECTION 02936 SEEDING PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SECTION INCLUDES A. Examination B. Fertilizing C. Seeding D. Hydroseeding E. Temporary Seeding F. Seed Protection G. Maintenance 1.2 REFERENCES A. FS O-F-241 -

More information

Kentucky Forage News Current Crop Conditions Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Update

Kentucky Forage News Current Crop Conditions Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Update Hopkins County Agriculture Today September, 2015 By: Curtis Dame, County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources In this issue: Current Pest News (Palmer Amaranth and Waterhemp Continue to

More information

Lupo PRODUCT BENEFITS

Lupo PRODUCT BENEFITS A soluble concentrate formulation containing 360 g/l (30.0% w/w) 2,4-D and 315 g/l (26.2%) of MCPA both as the DMA salt. For the control of broadleaved weeds in winter and spring cereals and in grassland.

More information

AGRONOMY SERIES TIMELY INFORMATION Agriculture & Natural Resources DEPT. OF AGRONOMY & SOILS, AUBURN UNIVERSITY, AL

AGRONOMY SERIES TIMELY INFORMATION Agriculture & Natural Resources DEPT. OF AGRONOMY & SOILS, AUBURN UNIVERSITY, AL AGRONOMY SERIES TIMELY INFORMATION Agriculture & Natural Resources DEPT. OF AGRONOMY & SOILS, AUBURN UNIVERSITY, AL 36849-5633 S-05-06 June, 2006 Grow Your Own N: Legumes in Row Crop Systems The 21 st

More information

St John Site, No-Till

St John Site, No-Till CSANR-09-03 December 2009 St John Site, No-Till Photo: Terry Day 2009 Crop Rotation Budgets for 15" to 18" Precipitation Zone Dryland Grain Producing Region of the NW Wheat & Range Region Climate Friendly

More information

Bounty Forage Sorghum

Bounty Forage Sorghum Bounty Forage Sorghum Sorghum bicolor x sudanese Bounty Forage Sorghum has been bought in as a replacement for the long standing Zulu 2. Bounty offers a new package with improved cold tolerance, early

More information

Vegetation Management in Christmas Tree Plantations. Larry J. Kuhns Kuhns Tree Farm & Penn State University

Vegetation Management in Christmas Tree Plantations. Larry J. Kuhns Kuhns Tree Farm & Penn State University Vegetation Management in Christmas Tree Plantations Larry J. Kuhns Kuhns Tree Farm & Penn State University OBJECTIVE INTRODUCTION Don t try growing a sod cover crop without a good herbicide-based weed

More information

Manor Selective Herbicide

Manor Selective Herbicide Manor Selective Herbicide Selectively controls annual and perennial weedy grasses and broadleaf weeds, including rosette and vining type dicots. Also controls Bahiagrass in Bermudagrass areas. A Water

More information

Weed Control in Alfalfa and Other Forage Legume Crops J.D. Green, M.W. Marshall, and J.R. Martin

Weed Control in Alfalfa and Other Forage Legume Crops J.D. Green, M.W. Marshall, and J.R. Martin AGR-148 Weed Control in Alfalfa and Other Forage Legume Crops J.D. Green, M.W. Marshall, and J.R. Martin Introduction The importance of weed control in forage production should not be overlooked, especially

More information

OVERSEEDING BERMUDAGRASS SPORTS FIELDS A. J. Powell, Jr., Extension Turfgrass Specialist

OVERSEEDING BERMUDAGRASS SPORTS FIELDS A. J. Powell, Jr., Extension Turfgrass Specialist OVERSEEDING BERMUDAGRASS SPORTS FIELDS A. J. Powell, Jr., Extension Turfgrass Specialist The quality of sport fields in Kentucky has greatly improved with increased utilization of the more winter-hardy

More information

Integrated Weed Management in Lentils

Integrated Weed Management in Lentils Integrated Weed Management in Lentils by Fabian Menalled, Extension Cropland Weed Specialist MontGuide As market demand rises for pulse crops and lentil acreage expands, integrated management plans must

More information

ENERGY IN FERTILIZER AND PESTICIDE PRODUCTION AND USE

ENERGY IN FERTILIZER AND PESTICIDE PRODUCTION AND USE Farm Energy IQ Conserving Energy in Nutrient Use and Pest Control INTRODUCTION Fertilizers and pesticides are the most widely used sources of nutrients and pest control, respectively. Fertilizer and pesticides

More information

Estimated Costs of Crop. Production in Iowa - 2016 File A1-20 The estimated costs of corn, corn silage, Ag Decision Maker

Estimated Costs of Crop. Production in Iowa - 2016 File A1-20 The estimated costs of corn, corn silage, Ag Decision Maker Estimated Costs of Crop Ag Decision Maker Production in Iowa - 2016 File A1-20 The estimated costs of corn, corn silage, soybeans, alfalfa, and pasture maintenance in this report are based on data from

More information

Utilizing Winter Forages. Curtis Jones. Commerce TX

Utilizing Winter Forages. Curtis Jones. Commerce TX Utilizing Winter Forages Curtis Jones Commerce TX Winter Feeding Choices: Hay Hay + Supplementation Stockpiled forage Winter pasture Ryegrass Small grains Legumes Mixtures Soil Testing Annual Testing most

More information

2012 Sorghum Program. Murphy-Brown s Next Step in Broad Strategy to Improve MB Grain Buying.

2012 Sorghum Program. Murphy-Brown s Next Step in Broad Strategy to Improve MB Grain Buying. 2012 Sorghum Program Murphy-Brown s Next Step in Broad Strategy to Improve MB Grain Buying www.mbgrain.com 2012 Sorghum Program Murphy-Brown s Next Step in Broad Strategy to Improve MB Grain Buying Dear

More information

FAST ACTING WEED AND GRASS KILLER. Solution

FAST ACTING WEED AND GRASS KILLER. Solution * FAST ACTING WEED AND GRASS KILLER Solution For non-selective control of herbaceous broadleaf and grass weeds in non-crop areas, right-of way and industrial land sites. COMMERCIAL GUARANTEE: acetic acid

More information

ITEM 165 HYDRO-MULCH SEEDING (FOR EROSION CONTROL AND STABILIZATION)

ITEM 165 HYDRO-MULCH SEEDING (FOR EROSION CONTROL AND STABILIZATION) AFTER JUNE 1, 2015 ITEM 165 HYDRO-MULCH SEEDING (FOR EROSION CONTROL AND STABILIZATION) 165.1 Description. This Item shall govern for furnishing all labor, materials, equipment, supplies, supervision and

More information

Frequently asked Questions about Weeds

Frequently asked Questions about Weeds Frequently asked Questions about Weeds Q: Why do I have so many weeds in my yard? A: Some combination of the following factors will contribute to high weed populations: A large number of weed seeds or

More information

Turfgrass Mathematics Review/Practice Worksheet for Certified Turfgrass Professional Testing

Turfgrass Mathematics Review/Practice Worksheet for Certified Turfgrass Professional Testing Turfgrass Mathematics Review/Practice Worksheet for Certified Turfgrass Professional Testing 1 MPH = 88 ft. / minute 5,280 ft. = 1 mile 43,560 ft 2 = 1 acre 27 ft 3 per yd 3 43.56 M = 1 acre M = 1,000

More information

Whitetail Deer Food Plot Considerations

Whitetail Deer Food Plot Considerations Whitetail Deer Food Plot Considerations Food plots are a way the sportsman or nature enthusiast can provide nutrients for deer. Currently, Illinois game law prohibits any other means of feeding whitetail

More information

Perennial Ryegrass Seed Production

Perennial Ryegrass Seed Production Abstract Perennial Ryegrass Seed Production D.J. Cattani, Ph.D., Business Development Specialist Forage Seed Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives Crops Knowledge Centre, Carman MB Email: doug.cattani@gov.mb.ca

More information

PASTURE AND HAY INSECT MANAGEMENT

PASTURE AND HAY INSECT MANAGEMENT PASTURE AND HAY INSECT MANAGEMENT Jay Crouch, Extension Area Agronomy Agent, Brian Beer, Extension Area Livestock Agent, Robert Bellinger, Ph.D., Extension Entomologist Insect pests of pastures, hay fields

More information

SUPPLEMENTAL LABELING

SUPPLEMENTAL LABELING Syngenta Crop Protection, LLC P. O. Box 18300 Greensboro, North Carolina 27419-8300 SCP 1402A-S4 0313 SUPPLEMENTAL LABELING RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDE DUE TO TOXICITY TO FISH AND AQUATIC ORGANISMS FOR RETAIL

More information

Concep. CAUTION See additional precautionary statements and directions for use inside booklet. ONE GALLON U.S. Standard Measure HERBICIDE ANTIDOTE

Concep. CAUTION See additional precautionary statements and directions for use inside booklet. ONE GALLON U.S. Standard Measure HERBICIDE ANTIDOTE PULL HERE TO OPEN Concep Active Ingredient: Fluxofenin (CAS No. 88485-37-4).......... 74.3% Other Ingredients: 25.7% Total: 100.0% HERBICIDE ANTIDOTE For use as a seed dressing to protect grain or forage

More information

Weed Management in Corn Questions from Farmers. Peter H. Sikkema University of Guelph

Weed Management in Corn Questions from Farmers. Peter H. Sikkema University of Guelph Weed Management in Corn Questions from Farmers Peter H. Sikkema University of Guelph Question # 1 I was planning to plant soybeans next spring so I applied Guardian for perennial broadleaf weed control

More information

Getting the Most out of Your Vegetable Garden Soil Test Report

Getting the Most out of Your Vegetable Garden Soil Test Report gardening.cornell.edu Getting the Most out of Your Vegetable Garden Soil Test Report 1. Be certain your soil ph is in the optimal range. 2. Add a nitrogen (N) source at the recommended rate. 3. Add a phosphorus

More information

International safflower production an overview

International safflower production an overview International safflower production an overview John Gilbert Adams Vegetable Oils PO Box 799, Arbuckle, California, 95915, USA Abstract Safflower is most certainly a crop with unexploited potential and

More information

Weed Control in Landscape Plantings

Weed Control in Landscape Plantings Agriculture and Natural Resources Weed in Landscape Plantings FSA6137 John Boyd Professor - Weed Science James Robbins Professor and Horticulture Specialist Ornamentals Arkansas Is Our Campus Visit our

More information

A new flexible herbicide for maize

A new flexible herbicide for maize A new flexible herbicide for maize BASF Crop Protection WING-P Contents Wing-P a new herbicide for maize 3. Wing-P a new herbicide for maize 4. BASF trials Wing-P additional activity Vs Stomp Aqua 5. BASF

More information

Growth and Development Guide for Spring Wheat

Growth and Development Guide for Spring Wheat WWW F0 02547 Reviewed 1995 Growth and Development Guide for Spring Wheat S.R. Simmons, E.A. Oelke, and P.M. Anderson Copyright 1995, with the exception of Figure 1, Minnesota Extension Service, University

More information

Radishes as biofumigants and weed suppressant cover crops. Joel Gruver Western Illinois University

Radishes as biofumigants and weed suppressant cover crops. Joel Gruver Western Illinois University Radishes as biofumigants and weed suppressant cover crops Joel Gruver Western Illinois University What comes to mind when you hear the word RADISH? They take radishes very seriously in Oaxaca, MX 11 threads,

More information

2013 South Dakota Grain Sorghum Hybrid Trial Results

2013 South Dakota Grain Sorghum Hybrid Trial Results 2013 South Dakota Grain Sorghum Hybrid Trial Results Nathan Mueller SDSU Agronomy Specialist, Brookings Christopher Graham SDSU Extension Agronomist, Rapid City Bruce Swan Ag Research Manager/Specialist,

More information

PRIORITY HERBICIDE GROUP 2 HERBICIDE

PRIORITY HERBICIDE GROUP 2 HERBICIDE 2015-0158 2015-02-10 page 1 (Container) PRIORITY HERBICIDE GROUP 2 HERBICIDE FOR SALE FOR USE IN THE PRAIRIE PROVINCES AND PEACE RIVER REGION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ONLY AGRICULTURAL READ THE LABEL AND BOOKLET

More information

Hop Pest Control. H. E. Morrison. jpf^vrsiolnrru; - «ibntoj."' «- '',orto JUN 6 I-JJ3

Hop Pest Control. H. E. Morrison. jpf^vrsiolnrru; - «ibntoj.' «- '',orto JUN 6 I-JJ3 Hop Pest Control H. E. Morrison its of jpf^vrsiolnrru; - «th ' s ibntoj."' «- '',orto JUN 6 I-JJ3 Agricultural Experiment Station Oregon State College Corvallis Circular of Information 589 May 1958 Hop

More information

You Better Watch Out! Herbicide/Ornamental Combinations to Avoid. Jeffrey F. Derr Virginia Tech

You Better Watch Out! Herbicide/Ornamental Combinations to Avoid. Jeffrey F. Derr Virginia Tech You Better Watch Out! Herbicide/Ornamental Combinations to Avoid Jeffrey F. Derr Virginia Tech Herbicides One option for weed management Can reduce hand-weeding costs Potential for crop damage if wrong

More information

Today we will talk about the importance of our environment: what it is and how do we use it.

Today we will talk about the importance of our environment: what it is and how do we use it. In the previous presentation on Human Health and Pesticides, we discussed some of the negative consequences associated with pesticide use. In this presentation we will focus on environmental degradation

More information

Growing and Processing Winter Wheat and Other Small Grains

Growing and Processing Winter Wheat and Other Small Grains Growing and Processing Winter Wheat and Other Small Grains Introduction Robin A. Fazio; Sonrisa Farm, Colquitt, GA February 2013 My long-term goal as a farmer is to make my farm part of a more healthy

More information

TOBACCO INSECT CONTROL

TOBACCO INSECT CONTROL TOBACCO CONTROL Francis P. F. Reay-Jones TOBACCO CONTROL IN THE PLANT BED 000 SQ FT MIN DAYS HLING Aphids & Flea Beetles 5G 0 oz 3/4 tbsp Apply granules broadcast at seeding just after plant emergence

More information

Generally cool cool--season season grasses

Generally cool cool--season season grasses Controlling crabgrass, Bermuda grass and nutsedge in your lawn By Donald A Horneck OSU Extension Service, HAREC Three weeds We will work from the easiest to the most difficult Crabgrass Bermuda Nutsedge

More information